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Arizona State University provides a range of services to our veteran-scholars with the goal of ensuring each crosses the finish line to graduation. To achieve this goal, the ASU Foundation for A New American University invites the generous financial support of individuals, corporations and foundations who share a commitment to veterans’ success.

Philanthropic investors can support ASU’s commitment to veterans in many ways, such as through:

  • Pat Tillman Veterans CenterContribute and aid the center in its mission to provide services to ASU’s student veterans, active military members, and their families. Give now.
  •  Veterans Education FundMany veterans receive financial support through the GI Bill®. Those benefits, however, often do not cover all expenses needed to complete a degree. The ASU’s Veterans Education Fund provides the additional assistance a veteran needs to reach his or her educational goals, including support for scholarships, fellowships or emergency funding. Give now
  • ASU Memorial for the Fallen: The Veterans Chapter of the ASU Alumni Association needs your support to create a memorial that will honor the 129 Sun Devils who gave their lives in the line of duty. Give now.

Please come and join ASU as we honor our service men and women through our annual ASU Salute to Service or just meet us and share your story of service. 

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Music therapy helps veterans to heal
The Pat Tillman Foundation invests in military veterans and their spouses through educational scholarships – building a diverse community of leaders committed to service to others.
ASU's Public Service Academy advances civilian-military collaboration while promoting public service and developing cross-sector leadership skills.
Salute to Service honors student, alumni, faculty and staff veterans with an annual series of events on all Arizona State University campuses in celebration of Veterans Day.
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Veterans Alumni Chapter works together to give student veterans the "mission essential" support to reach their educational goals, as they move to battlefield to classroom to boardroom.